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Oklahoma Sample Test about Road Signs, Traffic Signals, and Pavement Markings

This video shows questions and answers about common road signs, traffic light signals, and roadway markings for your Oklahoma knowledge test.

The Oklahoma written knowledge test for a permit or Class D driver license has 50 questions. Many of them are about the signs and signals described in the Driver’s Manual.

To pass the written part of your exam, you must have at least 40 correct answers.

Downtown Tulsa - Photo by Jerry Waxman

Where are the Answers to the Sample Questions in the Video?

All answers are found in the latest version of the Oklahoma Driver’s Manual. You are not likely pass the license exam without reading the manual. So, start by getting the latest version and read it.

The Oklahoma Driver’s Manual explains in simple language the rules and safe driving practices you will need to learn to pass your exam and to drive safely and legally on Oklahoma’s roads and highways. Should you fail the knowledge test, you must wait at least one day before retesting. It is a good idea to wait 2-3 days and study some more.

You should understand that questions in this video is not always worded the same way as the questions on the real test. They are provided as a study guide, not as cheat sheet. But rest assured, the video provides a good start and a trustworthy checkup for your big day.

To learn more about the Oklahoma knowledge test read this: Oklahoma test at Driver’s prep. Or visit the website of Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (the website may not be accessible to visitors in EU).


Sample test questions for your dmv test. These questions are specifically designed for Oklahoma. All answers are found in the Oklahoma Driver’s Manual. But these signs and signals are also used in other States in USA.

This sign means:

Merging traffic from left.

Sharp turn to the right.

Keep right of object or divider.

This sign alerts you to:

A low underpass

A narrow bridge

A one-way overpass

Which is true about lane use at this intersection?

Lane 1 must go left.

Lane 2 must go straight.

Lane 2 may go straight or turn right.

A flashing red light means the same as:

A steady yellow light

A yield sign

A stop sign

A lane signal showing a steady yellow X means:

Clear the lane.

Prepare to stop ahead.

Lane is for left turns only.

This center lane can be used for:

Passing slower vehicles.

Left turns from both directions.

Both left and right turns.

This road sign means:

Two lanes of traffic come together.

Two-way traffic ahead.

There is a divided highway ahead.

Which vehicle carries this emblem?

A vehicle with dangerous load.

A vehicle transporting children.

A slow-moving vehicle.

A steady yellow traffic light means:

The light is about to turn red.

Quickly enter the intersection.

Yield to pedestrians.

A sign with this pennant shape marks:

A merge area

A no-passing zone

A school zone

What does this sign mean?

The road you are on ends ahead.

A sharp turn to the right ahead.

A side road enters the highway ahead.

This sign indicates:

A road that can be slippery.

A winding road.

A steep hill.

This sign may be added to:

A stop sign.

A crossroad sign.

A yield sign.

This sign alerts you to:

A school crossing.

A pedestrian crossing.

Pedestrians walking in the street.

When you see this sign:

Do not enter unless it is safe.

The road is closed to all traffic.

Do not enter from your direction.

A flashing yellow traffic light means:

Stop before entering the intersection.

You have the right of way.

Slow down and be prepared to stop.

This road sign means:

Right lane ends, prepare to merge.

The road ahead curves sharply.

Sharp drop from the pavement.

Road signs that guide you to motorist services and facilities are:




This sign tells you that you cannot pass others:

Unless a driver signals you to pass.

Unless the way ahead is clear.

Under any circumstances.

This sign means:

Other traffic may be moving into your lane.

The road ahead curves to the right.

The roadway is for one-way traffic.

If you are on a divided highway with a solid yellow line on your right:

You must not pass other vehicles.

You are going against traffic.

You may pass other vehicles when it’s safe.

This signs warns you of:

A high place on the roadway.

A sharp right turn ahead.

A sharp drop from the pavement to the shoulder.

This sign means:

Lanes shifting

School crossing

Pedestrians only

A lane signal showing a steady red X means:

Don’t use lane.

Only left turns.

Come to a full stop.

You may cross a double yellow line:

Only to pass others when safe.

Only to make a left turn.

Under no circumstances.

What does this sign mean?

Keep right of object or divider.

The left lane ends, merge right.

The road curves right, then left.

Which is true about lane use at this intersection?

Lane 2 can go straight or turn right.

Lane 2 must go straight.

Both lane 1 and lane 2 must go straight.

You may turn right on red:

Under no circumstances.

After slowing down and yielding.

After stopping and unless signs prohibit the turn.

This sign guides you to:

A hotel or hostel.

A hospital.

A handicap parking.

This sign alerts you to:

A lane reserved for slow moving trucks.

Trucks entering or crossing the highway.

A steep downgrade ahead.

A solid white line between lanes means:

Always drive to the right of the line.

Traffic moves in opposite directions.

Crossing the line is hazardous.

This sign means:

The divided highway ends ahead.

There is a series of curves ahead.

Pass on either side of a divider.

What should you expect ahead?

An uncontrolled intersection.

A traffic control signal.

A 4-way stop.

This sign alerts you to:

A no-stopping area.

Narrow traffic lanes.

An underpass with limited clearance.

A circular shaped sign warns you of:

A no-passing zone.

A railroad crossing.

A roadway you cannot enter.

You should enter a lane with this sign:

To pass other vehicles in heavy traffic.

To make both left and right turns.

Only to make a left turn.

This sign indicates:

A winding road with several curves and turns.

A roadway that can be slippery in wet weather.

A sharp drop from the pavement to the shoulder.

Orange road signs show:

Guidance to recreation or scenic areas.

Regulations or instructions you must obey.

Road construction or maintenance warnings.

This sign alerts you to:

A steep hill.

Trucks crossing or entering.

A travel lane reserved for trucks.

When you see this sign, you should watch for:

A nearby scenic area.

Farm machinery.

Deer crossing the road.

This sign indicates that:

Other traffic will be moving into your lane.

Two roads come together with a new lane added.

A divided highway begins ahead.

This sign means:

The roadway is closed to all traffic.

No turns are allowed.

You must not turn around and go back.

What does this sign with a chevron mean?

Lane is closed, merge right.

Keep right in roundabout.

The road curves sharply.

Road signs that guide you to nearby cities or highway exits are:




This road sign means:

Another road crosses the highway.

You must turn right or left ahead.

There is a hospital nearby.

When you see this sign, you must:

Turn around and take another route.

Watch for workers ahead.

Be ready to stop at the stop sign ahead.

What does this road sign mean?

Traffic may pass on either side of an obstruction.

The divided highway ends ahead.

Two-way traffic ahead, keep right.

A solid yellow line next to a dashed yellow line means that vehicles:

In both directions may pass.

Next to the dashed line may pass.

Next to the solid line may pass.

This blue and white roas sign marks:

Crossing for disabled.

Facility reserved for disabled.

Hospital parking.

This white sign with a black arrow means:

Intersecting road is one-way only.

Be ready to stop ahead.

No turns from this lane.

The real knowledge test in Oklahoma has 50 random questions. You need 40 correct answers to pass.

Remember, this video is not an official test video. Driversprep is not affiliated with any State or Government Entity.

Good luck and thank you for watching!

Where Can I Get Interactive Oklahoma Sample Tests?

While videos are a convenient way of seeing questions and answers while you are on the go and not necessarily studying for your test, nothing beats the interactive tests. They require that you pick your answer before the correct answer is revealed. It is an excellent way of improving your overall knowledge of Oklahoma rules of the road.

Each interactive sample test has 25 questions instead of 50. We believe that less questions on each test will help you focus better and speed up your learning.

Start your test here:

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